I got a response to this question on the Android Beginners mailing
list.  "Digit" writes (in

> one way to solve this is to have Authoxy listen on a non-local
> interface ( e.g., then set the emulated proxy settings to
> connect to the non-local IP address of your machine

I don't understand why this would be necessary, but is it possible to
have Authoxy "listen on a non-local interface"?

I tried setting the emulator's proxy settings to connect to the
non-local IP address of my machine (as I describe in
but it didn't work.  Is there anything else I might need to configure
on my machine to allow the emulator to connect to Authoxy?


On Jan 12, 2008 5:38 PM, Daryl Spitzer <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Has anyone successfully configured the Android emulator to work through 
> Authoxy?
> I followed the instructions in
> http://groups.google.com/group/android-developers/msg/d8cb5935a609b8cc
> and when I run:
> # sqlite3 
> /data/data/com.google.android.providers.settings/databases/settings.db
> "SELECT * FROM system"
> in the adb shell, I get:
> 1|music_volume|3
> 2|voice_volume|3
> 3|ringer_volume|3
> 99|http_proxy|
> I restarted the emulator, but I still get "Network Error - Error 80 -
> Connection refused" in the browser (on the emulator).  Are there any
> utilities I can run on the emulator to give me more diagnostic
> information?
> (I know Authoxy is working, because Safari, iTunes, etc. connect fine
> through it.)
> --
> Daryl Spitzer

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